Thank you very much for joining us for BBC Scotland's coverage of the Scottish Cup and SPFL action today. There's plenty more to come tomorrow. Have a great evening.
- Two Scottish Cup quarter-finals
- Hibernian 3-1 Ayr United (McGinn, Cummings, Keatings - McGuffie) FT
- Ayr's McKenna sent-off after felling McGinn
- Rangers 6-0 Hamilton (Garner 3, Waghorn, Hill, Toral) FT
- Premiership: Kilmarnock 1-2 Motherwell (Boyd - McHugh, Jules) FT
- Kris Boyd misses late Killie penalty
A reminder that you can watch Scottish Cup highlights on Sportscene this evening. Tune in to BBC One Scotland at 22:20. We'll also have the highlights online.
And don't forget that tomorrow afternoon Sportscene will broadcast live coverage of the Aberdeen-Partick Thistle Scottish Cup tie, from 14:45 on BBC One Scotland.
Ayr United manager Ian McCall: "Young (Craig) McGuffie scored a goal-of-the-season contender. Scott (McMann) made an error (with his challenge) and that made it very hard for us to play against the holders with 10 men. Hibs deserved to win but there were moments of the match that went against us. The players gave us everything and the supporters were fantastic. We're out the cup and we're gutted about that. We had six players out today and now we have another two out."
On Off the Ball's Saturday Supplement, Stuart and Tam's guests are journalist and broadcaster Graham Spiers and Hamilton midfielder Darian MacKinnon. The programme begins at 17:30.
Dunfermline Athletic 5-1 Dumbarton
Queen of the South 0-2 Falkirk
Scottish League One
Airdrieonians 1-2 Stranraer
Brechin City P-P Alloa Athletic
East Fife 2-0 Albion Rovers
Queen's Park 1-1 Livingston
Stenhousemuir 3-1 Peterhead
Scottish League Two
Clyde 2-2 Forfar Athletic
Cowdenbeath 0-2 Stirling Albion
Edinburgh City P-P Berwick Rangers
Elgin City 0-0 Arbroath
Montrose 2-3 Annan Athletic
Reporter Brian McLauchlin informs Sportsound listeners that, with their 5-1 win over Dumbarton, that makes it just one defeat in 16 matches for the Pars.
Hibs' attempt to retain the Scottish Cup survives the challenge of Ayr United, who played for half the match with 10 men. They join Rangers in the last four of the tournament.
Ayr United's Greg Fleming falls to his knees at the near post to prevent a low drive from James Keatings crossing the line.
Plenty of late drama in this one as Zak Jules almost cancelled out his crucial goal by conceding a penalty. Kris Boyd was, however, unable to finish the spot-kick and Well escaped with a vital 2-1 victory.
With the chance to score his 100th Killie goal and his 201st top-flight goal, Kris Boyd smashes a spot-kick off the inside of the post. Well still lead.
James Keatings goes close with a powerful left-foot drive from about 25 yards. The Ayr keeper had to move to his left quick style. Decent effort, that.
Ayr are rocking and Conrad Balatoni heads a Grant Holt header off the line.
Hibs substitute James Keatings heads in off the underside of the crossbar with his first touch of the game from a David Gray cross.
Seems like game over for 10-man Ayr.
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It looks like three points for Falkirk as Craig Sibbald rattles home their penalty kick after Nathan Austin had been fouled by Andy Dowie.
His old man, Sandy, will be proud of him. Nicky Clark scores a hat-trick of headers for the Pars.
Martin Boyle's chip finds the net off the underside of the bar, but the Hibs forward was offside.